Hampton, St. Frances cruise past Calvert Hall Senior center scores 19 as Panthers romp, 58-36

No. 6 Mt. St. Joseph falls

High Schools

Boys basketball

January 12, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior center Shawn Hampton had a game-high 19 points and added 12 rebounds to lead No. 4 St. Frances past No. 13 Calvert Hall, 58-36, yesterday in a Catholic League game at the University of Baltimore.

Sophomore Timmy Payne added 13 points and nine rebounds for St. Frances (7-3), which was coming off an eight-point loss to Loyola. The Panthers outscored the Cardinals, 15-3, from the foul line.

Sophomore Reggie Bryant led Calvert Hall (9-5) with nine points.

St. Maria Goretti 76, No. 6 Mount St. Joseph 55: Brad Runkles had 17 points and Lee Green added 16 as Goretti (11-6) downed visiting Mount St. Joseph (13-4). Goretti committed only 15 turnovers.

No. 5 Towson Catholic 50, Loyola 37: Todd Sykes scored 14 as the host Owls overcame a six-point halftime deficit to defeat the Dons (6-9).

No. 12 Spalding 68, Spingarn (D.C) 54: Junior Derrick Goode scored 23 to help lead the host Cavaliers (12-6) over Spingarn for third place in the Capital City Challenge. Sophomore Derrick Snowden scored 14 for Spalding.

Late Saturday

No. 1 Dunbar 64, Franklin Learning Center (Pa.) 62: Jamal Brown, the Mayor's Basketball Academy Tournament MVP, scored 24 points and grabbed his ninth rebound -- on the defensive side -- with five seconds left to lift the Poets.

Dontaz Dean had 15 points and 10 rebounds, Arnold Bowie scored all 14 of his points in the second half and Larry Tucker scored six of his seven points in the critical fourth period for the Poets, who trailed until the fourth period.

Brown was 10-for-13 at the free-throw line for the Poets (9-2), who were without star guard Tim Lyles. Lyles was serving a one-game suspension after being ejected late in Friday night's victory over Paul Robeson of New York.

Franklin was led by Charles Pringle (13 points), Reggie Bullock (17 points), who hit three three-pointers before fouling out with 2: 58 left, and guard Gene Banks (14).

Pub Date: 1/12/98

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